Please see the attached position description for Admin Officer, APP-HRF Group.
All enquiries and EOIs can be sent to www.app-hrf.com.au
Position description for Executive Officer_20190228.docx
Notice of Meeting
2018 AGM Monday September 24th
@ 7:00pm via teleconference
Please consider nominating for the committee by completing by returning the form linked below before September 17th.
APPHRF Nomination for Office 2018_meeting 19 Aug.docx
If you would like to discuss being a committee member please email email@example.com providing contact information and one of the current committee members will call you to discuss.
Agenda, reports and phone-in details will be provided closer to the meeting.
Get your wound aware promotion packs from http://www.woundaware.com.au/
See below link for further details
For any further information please contact Jennifer Wheeler on Jenny.Wheeler@health.nsw.gov.au
(02) 6809 8211
The Program Organising Committee invites submissions of abstracts of original research in the area of the high risk foot. We are seeking presentations on areas that impact on clinical practice in the assessment, diagnosis and management of the high risk foot that can support clinicians to provide best practice care.
Please visit the LEAP homepage for more information
PoDFEd is a cross-sectional survey aiming to gather data via a 15 minute survey on the content and method of diabetes related education provided by podiatrists (Monash University ethics approval 12777)
To complete the survey, please go to:
Principal investigators of this project are:
Julia Yuncken mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org
Rene Stowlyn mailto:Rene.email@example.com
Terry Haines mailto:Terrence.firstname.lastname@example.org
Cylie Williams mailto:email@example.com
Sucrose octasulfate dressing versus control dressing in patients with neuroischaemic diabetic foot ulcers (Explorer): an international, multicentre, double-blind, randomised, controlled trial
Implications of all the available evidence
Sucrose octasulfate dressings could be used in current local treatment and management of neuroischaemic diabetic foot ulcers. In the context of multidisciplinary and complex management of this condition, efficient and safe treatments that are also easy to implement by all health-care professionals are needed. Sucrose octasulfate dressings could be considered as a new standard of care.
Our colleagues in NSW are doing some really good work around the Diabetes Debridement Study: A multisite, Translational Research Scheme Project investigating debridement frequency in the management of diabetic foot ulcers
To find out more about this great study, or how to get involved, please read their newsletter!